Brain Teaser Interview Questions and Answers

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Brain Teaser Interview Questions and Answers

answers brain teaser interview questions that are commonly asked at job interviews for technical and quantitative roles. These questions focus on problem solving, spatial reasoning, and understanding.

By reading this document, you’ll be better prepared to answer unexpected questions, think outside the box, and elaborate on non-standard solutions. And most importantly, you’ll be calm and relaxed at the interview.

Answers to  brain teaser interview questions including:

    • How do you find your car along a very long street when you don’t remember where you parked it?
    • We want to merge 4 companies into one large company. How many ways are there to merge them?
    • I have a rectangular piece of cheese with a round hole. How do I cut the piece with one straight lien into two parts of equal weight?
    • There are a number of stones, all of different weights. The 10 lightest stones weigh 40% of the total weight. The 5 heaviest stones weigh 25% of the total weight. How many stones are there?
    • What is the avg. of the smaller of three random numbers of 0 to 1?
    • “1” costs $10. “20” costs $20. How much does “100” cost?
    • It takes 6 people 48 hours to paint a house. How long would it take to paint the house if 3 people were added to the middle of the project?
    • 3 apples were weighed in pairs and the weights were 200, 204, 208 grams. What is the weight of the lightest apple?
    • You are shrunk so that your height is equal to the diameter of a dime (a ten-cent coin) and your mass is proportional reduced so as to maintain your original density. Who is heavier, you or the dime?
    • I roll two dice. What is the probability that the 2nd number is greater than the 1st?
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Job Interview Logic Puzzles

Job Interview Logic Puzzles

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Job seekers encounter challenging logic and math puzzles in interviews at high-tech companies. Innovative companies such as Google, LinkedIn, Yahoo, and Microsoft use these types of questions to identify the most intelligent candidates. Microsoft is considered as a pioneer in the interview logic questions. The trend was initially based on Bill Gates’ obsession with puzzles, Fermi problems, and brainteasers. Fermi was known for his ability to make good approximate calculations with little or no actual data.

Winning matters

Puzzles test intelligence. You either get the answer, or you don’t… Logic puzzles divide the world into winners and losers. You get the job you deserve. Recruiters try to identify 3 groups of people 1) who are smart and get things done; 2) who are smart but don’t get things done; and 3) who get things done but are not smart.  It’s better to be on the smart side of the crowd.

How to become smart?

It’s simple. Train yourself like sportsmen build superior strength. Solve logic puzzles every day and never stop. Search for logic puzzles. This is a starter:  “Job Interview Logic Puzzles”  for iPad eBook or the “Job Interview Logic Puzzles” on Amazon. The book includes logic riddles, brainteasers, and spatial thinking questions, training people to confront unexpected questions, to think outside the box, and to elaborate upon non-standard solutions.